Web site last updated 8/07/2014

Delph Community Association

Further information on the Association and the DCA Meeting Minutes can be found by clicking here. Minutes of the DCA Meeting in January are now available and cover many village matters eg traffic, footpaths, signs and eyesoresDelph Community in partnership with Oldham Council are ‘Growing for Gold’ to celebrate RHS Britain in Bloom’s 50th Anniversary. Local Bloomers are holding a FREE basket planting day at the Methodist Chapel from 10 -12.30 on 22nd May to celebrate this landmark year.

‘Growing for Gold’ is the theme of RHS Britain in Bloom 2014

Jo Green from Delph Community Association, said: “As part of our on-going efforts, we’ll be planting over 30 hanging baskets with members of the local community to decorate the high street and private gardens. We will be celebrating Delph’s natural beauty as well as Bloom’s golden anniversary. Everyone is welcome to join us for the celebrations. As well as the chance to plant a basket with expert assistance from Oldham Council, we will also need help finishing all the tea and cake on offer! Please do join us if you can – and bring friends.”


See also under "Saddleworth Matters and entry entitled "Britain in Bloom" or click here

Gartside Street Car Park (behind Delph Methodist Church)

As you are no doubt aware, Delph Methodist Church was forced to close the car park behind its buildings, on the advice of both its insurance company and its solicitor, because of its poor state of repair and the risk of personal injury. It is seeking funds to update this carpark for village use, particularly for the new Clinic. Click on this link for more information.

Benches in Delph

A new entry under "Local Matters" entitled "Benches " has been added for public comment. Click here for more details.

Britain in Bloom

Delph is to be visited as part of the Britain In Bloom Competition. See under "Saddleworth Matters and entry entitled "Britain in Bloom" or click here

See "Delph Matters" above 

Party in the Park - Click here

Delph Temporary Surgery
The temporary surgery has been removed.
The new Surgery on Gartside Street is likely to open in August though no actual date has been set. Hence there will be at least a five week gap with no facility in Delph.

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